Two former Congressmen reunite against gridlock

They used to be in Congress. Now, they're trying to battle Washington gridlock, from the outside looking in. 

Former Pinellas congressman David Jolly, a Republican,  is holding a series of town halls with another former congressman, Treasure Coast Democrat Patrick Murphy, to talk about promoting bi-partisanship.

Jolly says they're doing this because "I believe people across Florida are looking for Republicans and Democrats who can work together." 

Jolly says he and Murphy, who each won House seats in districts skewing toward the other party, can pull back the curtain on Washington's dysfunction, and offer solutions.

They're holding four town halls across Florida, all on university campuses, partly because they want to reach the millenial generation. The first is September 12th at the University of South Florida in Tampa. Three others are being held in October, at Florida International University in Miami October 4th, the University of Miami October 18th, and the University of Florida in Gainesville October 25th. 

All town halls are free and open to the public. 

Here's a link to the website promoting these town halls.

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